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Jamella (Diablo II).gif
Act Act IV
Affiliation Heaven probably
Services Heals, Gambling, sells items
Starts Quest None
Gender Female
Voice Actor ?

Jamella is one of the two human NPC merchants found in the Pandemonium Fortress. Like her counterpart Halbu, she speaks very little, never offering advice or opinions on any quests. Jamella's only words are spoken, and selected from a variety of short phrases. She offers one each time a particular character returns to town.

  • "Hail to you, Champion."
  • "What do you need?
  • "Greetings.

Despite her near-silence, Jamella is a very useful NPC. She sells a few types of armor, while specializing in bows and magic-user weapons; staves, wands, and scepters. She also deals in potions of all types, and scrolls/tomes. Jamella is also the gambling NPC in Act IV, and the healer as well.

Like Halbu, she appears to be a mortal warrior in service of Heaven. The long exposure she's suffered to the Burning Hells might be the reason she never speaks more than a few words to the player.


This section contains facts and trivia relevant to this article Jamella has had a hero editor in Diablo II named after her. The program was widely used in the earlier days of Diablo, capable of changing most aspects of character stats, skills and items. As new patches were released by Blizzard however, Jamella stopped getting updates, and today it is no longer used and has been replaced by other Hero Editors, such as Zonfire.

Jamella has an interesting at-rest animation. She reads from a book, concentrates for a moment, then sketches a glowing runic word in the air. Millions of Diablo fans have spent countless hours trying to decipher those letters, but the official word from Blizzard was that they don't spell anything. They're just some symbols one of the artists animated for Jamella; they aren't legible letters in English or any other language.